COVID-19 vaccinations to be completed by July

Christian Wenande
January 8th, 2021

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Health authority sets date to June 27 and reveals that an additional 4 million doses of Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine are on the way

Under six months to go! (photo: Pixabay)

The government has planned for everyone (who wants it) in Denmark to be vaccinated for COVID-19 by July.

According to the vaccination calendar on the website of the health authority, Sundhedstyrelsen, everyone should have received their second and final dose by June 27.

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More doses on the way
In related news, a new EU agreement with Pfizer/BioNTech means that 3.9 million additional doses are on the way to Denmark.

Figures from the State Serum Institute showed that 102,092 people had received the first dose as of this morning. 

That’s about 1.75 percent of the population.

And medicines agency, Lægemiddelstyrelsen, Denmark has pre-ordered enough vaccines to cover 18.8 million people. 

As a result, there will be enough doses to service about three times the country’s population. 


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